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Hicks's Neck fence by the Creek Commonly Called and known by the Name of Hicks's Neck Creek thence runing Southardly on the West Side of the Said Creek As it goes untill it Comes to a Small Creek that Leads to Pines Spring thence Westerly by the Said Creek untill it Comes to Daniel Pines Land thence Northerly by the Said Daniel Pine unuill it Comes to the Highway that Leads down the Neck thence Notherly by the Said Highway untill it Comes to the Neck fence thence Easterly by the Said Neck fence to the above Mentioned Hicks's Neck Creek and Containing by Estimation about one Hundred Acres be the Same More or Less and also One other peice of Land Lying in Hicks's Neck Aforesaid West of the abovesaid premises Bounded North by the Neck fence West by Daniel Pine's Land South by Tho's Carmon and East by the Highway that Leads Down the Neck Containing about four Acres be the Same More or Less Togather with all and Singular the fence pasturs Waters Woods and Improvements with all and every of their Appurtenances unto the Same belonging or in Any Wise Appertaining with the Remainders Rents Isues and profitts thereof To Have and to Hold all and Singular the above hereby granted and Released Lotts of Land and Meadow Ground and premises with all and every of their Appurtenances unto the Said John Tredwell And to his Heirs and Assigns forever to the only proper use benifit and behoof of him the Said John Tredwell and to his heirs and Assigns forever Aud the Said Thomas Tredwell for himself his heirs Executors and Administrators Doth hereby Covenant promis Grant and Agree to and With the Said John Tredwell and his heirs and Assigns in Manner and form following that is to Say that he the Said Thomas Tredwell at the time of the Ensealing and Delevering of these presents was the tru Sole and Lawfull Owner of all And Singular the abovesaid Lotts of Land and Meadow and was Lawfully Seized & possessed thereof And that he had in himself good Right full power & Lawfull Authority to Sell And Dispose of the Same in Manner as aforesaid as also that the Same premises is free and

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Clear from all Incumbrances or Intangelments Whatsoever Lastly the Said Thomas Tredwell the Said Lotts of Land and Meadow Ground and premises with every of their Appurtenances unto the Said John Tredwell and to his heirs And Assigns Against the Lawfull Claimes or pretences of all manner of persons Whatsoever Shall and Will Warrent and by these presents Defend the Same In Witness whereof the Said Thomas Tredwell hath hereunto Set his hand & Seal the day and Year first above written

Sealed and Delevered
In the presents of

THOMAS TREDWELL (S)
A SEABURY
S CLOWES

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On the

day of September 1765 Came personally before me Valentine H. Peters one of the Judges of the Court of Common pleas for Queens County Samuel Clowes Esqr one of the Subscribing Witnesses to the Within Written Instrument and Made Oath that he Saw the Within Named Grantor Thomas Tredwell Execute the Same as his Vollentary Act and Deed Which having Examined I allow to be Recorded

VALENTINE H. PETERS

Enter'd and Compared with the Orriginal

By VALENTINE H. PETERS Clerk

This Indenture made the twenty Eighth day of December in the Year of Our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and Sixty four By and Between James Cornell of the township of Hempstead in Queens County Nausaw Island and province of New York Yoeman of the one party and Samuel Mott Cornell of the township County Island and province aforesaid Hatter of the other part Witneseth that the Said James Cornell for and in Consideration of the Just and full Sum of forty five pounds Current Lawfull Money of the province aforesaid to me in hand well and truly paid by the Said Samuel Mott Cornell the Recipt whereof I do hereby Acknowledge and my Self therewith fully Satisfied Contented and paid & thereof and of and from Every part aud parcell thereof do Acquit Exonerate and fully Discharge him the Said Samuel Mott Cornell his Heirs Executors and Administrators forever by these presents Hath Given Granted bargained Sold Alienated Enfeoffed Assured Conveyed and Confirmed and by these presents doth fully freely and Absolutely Give Grant Bargain Sell Alien Enfeoffe assure Convey & Confirm unto him the Said Samuel Mott Cornell his Heirs and Assigns forever all that of one Certain tract of Land Situate Lying and being at a place Called Suckses in the Township of Hempstead Aforesaid the Same being Butted and Bounded as follows (Viz) begining at the South West Corner at an Apple Tree and Runing from thence North forty Seven degrees and three quaters East Eighty one Rods And four Links of Chain in rainge with a Walnut tree Near the South East Corner thence Runing North Sixty two Degrees and one quater West two Rods and Eight Links by Uriah Platt his Wood Land and from thence Westerly by the Said Sam'l Mott Cornell his Land till it meets with the Road or highway that Leads from Sucksess to Mad Nans Neck from thence Runing Southardly by the Said Road or highway as the fence Now Stanıls to the first Station or place of Begining Containing three Acres and one hundred and thirty three Square Rods of Land To Have And to hold the Said Bargained Land and premises with all and every the Appurtenances With the Reversion and reversions Remainder and Remainders of the Same unto him the Said Samuel Mott Cornell his heirs and Assigns forever to him

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and their only proper use benifit and behoof from hence-

forth And forever And I the Said James Cornell doth by

these presents for me my Heirs Executors and Adminis-

traitors Covenant promis and Agree to And With the Said

Samuel Mott Cornell his heirs and Assigns that at the time

of Ensealing and before the Delevery hereof I the Said

James Cornell Am the tru Sole & Lawfull Owner of the

abovesaid Bargained premises and was Lawfully Seized

and Possesed of the Same in my Own Right of a good per-

fect and Absolute Estate of Inheritance in fee Simple and

hath in my Self Good Right full power and Lawfull Au-

thority to Sell and Dispose of the Same in Manner as

Abovesaid And that the Said Samuel Mott Cornell his

heirs and Assigns by Virtue hereof Shall and may from

time to time and at all times forever hereafter Lawfully

peaceably And Quietly Have hold use Occupy possess

Command and Enjoy all the Abovesaid Granted and Bar.

gained premises free and Clear and freely and Clearly Ac-

quitted Exonerated and Discharged of and from all Man-

ner of Incumbrances and trouble Whatsoever And I the

Said James Cornell Doth further by these presents bind

My Self my heirs Executors And Administraitors And Ev-

ery of them firmly to Warrent And Defend all the Above

Bargained premises and every part thereof unto him the

Said Samuel Mott Cornell his heirs and Assigns forever

Against the Just and Lawfull Claim or Claims of Any Man-

ner of person or persons Whatsoever In Witness Whereof

I the Said James Cornell hath hereunto Set my hand and

fixed my Seal the day and Year first above Written And I

Margaret Cornell the Wife of the Said James Cornell do
by these presents Quitt Renounce and Release unto the
Said Samuel Mott Cornell his heirs and Assigns forever all
my Right of Dower or power of thirds of in and to all and
Singular the abovesaid Granted & bargained Premises In

Witness Whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and fixed my Seal the day and Year first above Written

Signed Sealed and Delevered
In the presents of

JAMES CORNELL (S)
CLEMENT CORNELL
LUKE CUMMINS

MARGARET CORNELL (S)
Queens ?
County / 55.

On the 16th day of September 1765 Came personally before me Valentine H. Peters one of the Judges of the Court of Common pleas for Queens County the Within Named Grantor James Cornell And Acknowledged that he Executed the Within Written Instrument as his Vollentary Act and Deed which having Examined I Allow to be Recorded

VALENTINE H. PETERS Enter'd & Compared with the Orriginal By

VALENTINE H. PETERS Clerk

PAGE 46. This Indenture made the Seventh day of October in the third year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lady Anne over England &c Queen Defender of the Faith and in the Year of Mans Salvation Seventeen hundred and four Between Thomas Ierland of Oysterbay in Queens County on the Islland of Nausaw Yeoman and Mary his Wife of the one part and Edward Whight Esqr of the Same place on the other part Witneseth that the Said Thomas Ireland and Mary his Wife, testified by her being a party to & Sealing and Delivering of these presents, for and in Consideration of the Sum of thirty Six pounds Lawfull Money of the Colony of New York to him the Said Thomas Ierland in hand paid at & before the Ensealing and Delevering of these presents ye Recipt whereof and of every part and parcell thereof he doth hereby Acknowledge & therefrom & of di from every part & parcell doth by these presents Acquit Exonerate & Discharge the Said Edward Whight bis Exec

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